New three bdrm home with a terrace, small garden, quiet village, central Europe.

New three bdrm home with a terrace, small garden, quiet village, central Europe.




Jan 2006

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Comfortable, clean, modern, new family home on two floors. We've got a fenced yard, flower garden, a big terrace with a brick BBQ overlooking the family gardens. A large modern kitchen, diningroom and livingroom on the main floor with a WC. Upstairs there's an office with internet, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
In the summer the weather is usually sunny and warm.
A very good base to come home to after a tough day of holidaying.


More about us

  1. Family of four- two young children, girl 12, boy 9. Parents professionals( teacher and accountant).
    We've swapped once-it's great to know their are people considerate with other people's belongings.

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Where is it?


A new subdivision with friendly neighbours in a quiet village 15 Kms north of Mulhouse, in Alsace, France. We're located in central Europe in northeast France we're 20 kms to the german border and 30kms to the Swiss border.
Some suggestions during your stay.
Chat with the friendly neighbours and practise your French.
Have a barbeque on the terrace and watch the storks and herons glide over the family gardens.
Relax in the nearby eblen park, soak up the sun, let the kids play on the swings and slides or have a swim in the pools.
Cycle to a typically Alsacian village and try an ice-cream speciality in a sidewalk café.
Visit the highest sommet in the vosges mountains (the grand ballon). Afterwards try a piece of fresh blueberry tart.
See the Ecomuseum which replicates life in Alsace over the past several hundred years-a must.
Drive down the wine route, visit the cellars and sip the exquisite local wines, spit don’t swallow!
Savour the local dishes, tarte flambé, foie gras, choucroute, maiget de canard, steak frites or others at many fine restaurants.
Walk through the European parliament in Strasbourg. Visit the cathedral. Take a riverboat cruise around the town then buy a souvenir in petit france or place des halles.
walk across the bridge in 'park des rives'
Visit the roman baths in baden-baden, then lose money in the casino.
Visit Basel and the Rhine river headwaters.
Take a day to see the chateau haut-koenigsberg, monkey mountain and valley of eagles.

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